MSI comes up with five GTX 1080 graphics cards
Published in Graphics


Aero, Armor, Gaming X and Sea Hawk

MSI has unveiled a total of five different Geforce GTX 1080 graphics cards including a couple of rather interesting versions like the GTX 1080 Gaming X 8G with Twin Frozr VI cooler or the GTX 1080 Sea Hawk with Corsair's Hydro Series hybrid cooler.

EVGA unveils its full Geforce GTX 1080 lineup
Published in Graphics


A total of five graphics cards

Following Nvidia's official retail launch of the new Geforce GTX 1080, EVGA has prepared no less than five different graphics card, with more to come soon.

AMD’s Macau, China event NDA gets lifted June 29th
Published in Graphics


Information from Macau, China briefing arrives just before start of Q3

Over the past few days, a handful of staff writers, editors, analysts and industry professionals were fortunate enough to receive invitations to AMD’s 3-day Polaris event in Macau, China, including our very own editor-in-chief. The event is scheduled to take place between May 26th and May 29th, with a Polaris Tech Day that just took place behind a non-disclosure agreement for the press.

Nvidia pushes out new updates for GeForce GTX 1080
Published in Graphics


WHQL are you?

Nvidia has released a new update which gives WHQL-certified support for the company's GeForce GTX 1080.

Paperlike creates a big screen to read with
Published in Notebooks


Secondary desktop display

An outfit called Paperlike has built a 13.3 inch e-ink screen which seems rather a good idea for a secondary screen for your PC.

OLED will not replace LED
Published in Graphics


Just for smartphones

Global Lighting Technologies (GLT) chairman Lee Man-hsiang dismissed a long standing belief that OLED panels will replace TFT-LCD.

Foxconn replaces 60,000 workers with robots
Published in Mobiles


Until the new iPhone makers start killing themslves


Foxconn has finally resolved the problem of labourers working on the iPhone trying to kill themselves by replacing 60,000 of them with robots.

US Nuclear shield out-of-date
Published in News


Matthew Broderick might still have the gear to hack it

After decades, the US Defense Department is still using  eight inch floppy disks in a computer system that coordinates the operational functions of the nation's nuclear forces.

Google shoots down Oracle case
Published in News


Java Applets were fair use

Google has won a major US court battle with software firm Oracle after a jury ruled it did not nick parts of the Java programming language.

India bans Apple because it is not innovative enough
Published in News


We have enough religions already thanks

India has rejected the Apple Cargo cult's request to set up iPhone temples, other wise known as Apple Stores, in the country because it makes all its products in foreign parts.